Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Some more spring flowers


Primula vulgaris (English Primrose)

Sedum kamtschaticum

Fritillaria imperialis (Crown Imperial)

The spring flowering sure has changed in the last week. The daffodils are all but gone now, and the tulips are about half way completed. Just the late varieties are left. Things are going to start looking really different in the next week or so. I am rather excited by it all. I hope to be able to start throwing in a lot more variety soon. To-day however is a cold rain day, 9 o C, windy, and all that good stuff. Just not a day for gardening


  1. Your pictures are beautiful...I love the images you capture.
    Blessings, andrea

  2. thank-you so much Andrea. I love posting them as well. More so thanx for all the lovely comments. They make my day a little brighter.

  3. yes it has been so chilly and damp the last few days sonny sikora but these bright pictures of flowers from your beautiful garden make me warm all inside!
    i really like your new header too.
    you are making me appreciate more every day the beauty of the niagara falls.
    so many years i have just taken it for granted!
    keep up the good work, eh little guy..love terry

  4. Thanx Terry, If we here do not appreciate the Falls it would be difficult to get others to do it as well. I love living here and we are blessed to have so much beauty so close to us. How fortunate for us.